Paranoid - Black Sabbath - Live Evil (Cassette, Album)

9 thoughts on “ Paranoid - Black Sabbath - Live Evil (Cassette, Album)

  • Julmaran
    27.06.2019 at 08:15
    Black Cassette with Silver Text. Recorded live in Seattle, San Antonio and Dallas. Recorded with The Record Plant Mobile, Los Angeles. Mixed at The Record Plant, Los Angeles. Unauthorized reproduction of this recording is prohibited by law and subject to criminal prosecution. Manufactured & Distributed by/ Fabrique & Distribue par.5/5(1). Reply
  • Dazragore
    28.06.2019 at 01:37
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  • Arashishicage
    27.06.2019 at 16:36
    Feb 09,  · Provided to YouTube by Rhino/Warner Records Paranoid (Live) ( Remaster) · Black Sabbath Live Evil ℗ Reprise Records Drums: Bill Ward Bass Guitar: Geezer Butler Producer: Geezer Butler. Reply
  • Kabei
    01.07.2019 at 04:12
    Black Sabbath "Reunion" is one of the best live Sabbath's records available, maybe the best! Recorded live at the N.E.C, Birmingham; England during the 's Reunion Tour (Dec 5 ). This 2 cd set have the best live sound recording until today with the classic line up /5(). Reply
  • Mauk
    05.07.2019 at 01:24
    Paranoid was the first Black Sabbath album I bought on January 1, along with Metallica’s Black Album. I heard Headless Cross first which was given to my brother from a friend in then Live At Last in early then I got We Sold Our Souls For Rock and Roll as a Christmas present later in Reply
  • Meztirg
    03.07.2019 at 15:07
    Black Sabbath's first attempt at an official live album, 's Live Evil was also the straw that broke the camel's back -- or rather, split the legendary group's second lineup right down the middle. Band tensions were already at an all-time high leading into the album's mixing sessions, but when founding members Tony Iommi and Geezer Butler accused singer Ronnie James Dio of sneaking into the 4/ Reply
  • Vizragore
    26.06.2019 at 05:54
    About “Paranoid”. This song by Black Sabbath is consistently ranked as one of the greatest heavy metal songs of all time. The lyrics were written by and about bassist Geezer Butler, whom the band often called paranoid, even though he didn’t know what the word meant. Reply
  • Yom
    01.07.2019 at 20:33
    Live Evil was my first Black Sabbath album, and it got me hooked. This is arguably the heaviest live album released by any rock or metal band, and showcases the band at the height of their powers, and firing on all cylinders/5(). Reply
  • Tubei
    26.06.2019 at 17:24
    Label: Vertigo - • Format: Cassette Album • Country: Netherlands • Genre: Rock • Style: Heavy Metal Black Sabbath - Live Evil (, Cassette) | Discogs Explore5/5(1). Reply

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